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" TAKE your Night-cap again, my good Lord, I desire, For I wish not to keep it a minute: "What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there's ajire, Is sure to be instantly in it. "
Autobiographical Recollections of Sir John Bowring - Page 362
by Sir John Bowring - 1877 - 404 pages
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The Works of Peter Pindar, Esq. [pseud.]: To which are Prefixed ..., Volume 5

Peter Pindar - History - 1812
...carols will live in our ear. LINES TO LORD NELSON; WITH HIS LORDSHIP'S NIGHT-CAP, THAT CAUGHT FIBE ON THE POET'S HEAD, AT A CANDLE, AS HE WAS READING...minute : What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there's ajire, Is sure to be instantly in it. TO CHLOE. AH ! tell me not that I grow old, That Love but ill...
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The works of Peter Pindar

John Wolcot - 1812
...live in our ear. LINES TO LORD NELSON; WITH HIS LORDSHIP'S NIGHT-CAP, THAT CAUGHT FIRE ON THE POBT'S HEAD, AT A CANDLE, AS HE WAS READING IN BED AT MERTON....minute: "What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there's ajire, Is sure to be instantly in it. TO CHLOE. AH ! tell me not that I grow old, That Love but ill...
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The Works of Peter Pindar, Esq. [pseud.]: To which are Prefixed ..., Volume 5

Peter Pindar - 1812
...WITH HIS LORDSHIP'S NIGHT-CAP, THAT CAUGHT FIRE ON THE POET'S HEAD, AT A CANDLE, AS HE WAS BEADING IN BED AT MERTON. TAKE your Night-cap again, my good Lord, I desire, For 1 wish not to keep it a minute : What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there's ajire, Is sure to be instantly...
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Memoirs of Lady Hamilton: with illustrative anecdotes of many of her most ...

1815 - 200 pages
...morning the bard pinned a paper to it with these lines: Take your night-cap again, my good lord ,1 desire; For I wish not to keep it a minute: "What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there'ia fire, * Is sure to be instantly in it. It had long been the desire of Nelson that lady Hamil—'...
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Mirth in Miniature, Or Bursts of Merriment: Being a Collection of the Very ...

English wit & humor - 1825
...lordship's night-cap, that caught fire on ) poet's head, as he was reading in bed, at Merton. •e your night-cap again, my good lord, I desire, For I wish not to keep it a minute ; Tiat belongs to a Nelson, where'er there's a fire, Is sure to be instantly in it. • t *, Judgments....
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The Log Book; Or, Nautical Miscellany..

Old Sailor - Seafaring life - 1830 - 498 pages
...LORD NELSON, With his Lordship's night-cap, that caught Fire on the Poet's Head at a Candle, as be was reading in Bed at Merton. Take your night-cap...keep it a minute ; What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there'i) fire. Is sure to be instantly in it. P. PINDIE. ON A SAILOR WHO DIED OF DRINKING. Here Jack...
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Chambers's Journal of Popular Literature, Science and Arts, Volume 59

1882
...belonged to his host ; whereupon, he returned the haltburned cap to its owner with the following lines : Take your nightcap again, my good lord, I desire,...not to keep it a minute ; What belongs to a Nelson, wherever there 'sjire, Is sure to be instantly in it. Our space permits of but one more example of...
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Epigrams, ancient and modern, ed. by J. Booth

Epigrams - History - 1865
...Pindar, with his Lordship's Night-cap, that caught fire on the Poet's head as he was reading in bed. Take your night-cap again, my good lord, I desire,...keep it a minute ; What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there is fire, Is sure to be instantly in it. ' Nil desperandum est' (1806). Sure England, ' single-handed,'...
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Epigrams, Ancient and Modern: Humorous, Witty, Satirical, Moral, and Panegyrical

John Booth, John Booth (B.A., Cambridge) - Epigrams - 1865 - 327 pages
...caught fire on the Poet's head as was reading in bed. Take your night-cap again, my good lord, I desi For I wish not to keep it a minute ; What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there is fire Is sure to be instantly in it. t&s s he ire' -^ \\ 238 Epigrams, Ancient and Modern....
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The wild garland; or, Curiosities of poetry, selected by I.J. Reeve

Isaac Jack Reeve - 1866
...PINDAR, With his Lordship's Night-cap,' that caught fire on the poet's head, as he was reading in bed. TAKE your night-cap again, my good lord, I desire,...keep it a minute ; What belongs to a Nelson, where'er there is fire, Is sure to be instantly in it. WELLINGTON'S NOSE. " PEAY, why does the great captain's...
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